Program Effectiveness Data

SUNY Upstate Medical University Program Performance on ASCP MP/MB Exama

Program Performance

Year of Graduation

No. Of Graduates

No. of Graduates Taking Exam

No. (%) of Graduates Passing Exam

Program Mean Score

National Mean Score (Univ)

2016

17

17

16 (94%)

518

499

2015

15

15

15 (100%)

532

489

2014

19

18

18 (100%)*

539

503

2013

17

16

16 (100%)

545

498

2012

10

10

10 (100%)

571

501

Average

 

 

99%

542

499

*One student passed the exam on second attempt

 

Graduation and Replacement Rates

Year

No. (%) of Students Completing Graduation Requirements

#No. %) of Graduates Employed within 6 Months of Graduation

No. (%) of Graduates Pursuing Additional Education

2016

16/16 (100%)

16/16 (100%)

2015

15/16 (94%)

15/15 (100%)

2014

19/19 (100%)

18/19 (95%)

1/19 (5%)

2013

17/17 (100%)

15/17 (88%)

2/17 (12%)

2012

10/10 (100%)

9/10 (90%)

1/10 (10%)

 

MS Medical Technology Program Outcome Measures Documentation SUNY Upstate Medical University Goal for Performance on MCAT Exam (prior to April 2015)


Year of Graduation

No. Of Graduates

No. of Graduates Taking Exam

No. (%) of Graduates Meeting Goal

2016

3

3

3 (100%)

2015

7

5

4 (80%)

2014

3

3

3 (100%)

2013

2

3

2 (67%)

2012

6

4

4 (100%)

Average

 

 

89%

 

Graduation and Placement Rates

Year

No. (%) of Students Completing Graduation Requirements

#No. %) of Graduates Employed within 6 Months of Graduation

No. (%) of Graduates Pursuing Additional Education

2016

3/5 (60%)

3/3 (100%)

2015

7/7 (100%)

2/7 (29%)

5/7 (71%)

2014

3/5 (60%)

3/3 (100%)

2013

3/3 (100%)

3/3 (100%)

2012

6/6 (100%)

2/6 (33%)

4/6 (67%)

a. Job placement rate is the number of graduates employed in their profession compared to the number of graduates actively seeking employment.  Actively seeking employment does not include graduates who fail to communicate with program officials regarding employment status after multiple attempts, graduates who are unwilling to seek employment that requires relocation, graduates who are unwilling to accept employment due to salary or hours, graduates who are on active military duty, and/or graduates who are pursuing continuing education.
b. Credentialing exams are optional; few graduates choose to take them.